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Unidentified man standing at the top of French Creek Falls.
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Verso: "Don headed for Evening Star Mine at Gilman" Behind Don [wearing his head lamp] is a stack of mining timbers.
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The door to the bachelors' quarters in Gilman during the winter of 1938. The occupants were obliged to dig out the door and stairway in order to get to work.
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Front: "house top, the buried camp, Silent Whiteness"
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Verso: "Mom at Gilman with Harold Stoner home on furlough." Sophie Knight and Harold Stoner are posed next to an automobile. "Harold was a good friend of my brother Don. So there was work at the mine and Harold boarded with us. So I guess he was really 'home' on leave!" -- letter Nov. 25, 2013, Betty Jo Schmidt to Jaci Spuhler
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26) Gilman
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Gilman, Colorado, December 25, 1948, taken from the "u" turn in Hwy. 24. Autobiography of Mayo W. Lanning, p. 30: "Gilman was close to the top of Battle Mountain at 9,000 feet above sea level. Since a great deal of my day was spent in the mine I was several thousand feet lower, but the only time Trudie got below this was when we drove down off the mountain. Over the top and about 3-4 miles away (mostly down), was Red Cliff and Turkey Creek, both...
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Clipping from Zinc Magazine [[no date] "Thomas E. Knight, Watchman, Gilman; MacDonald, Army." "J'ai decoupe ca dans le journal de la cie de Gilman pour vous faire voir Tom. [Micheline Knight] [I've clipped this from the Gilman Company magazine so you could see Tom.]
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Two unidentified men in front of the Post Office at Gilman, Colorado.
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29) Belden
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Looking toward Belden in the Eagle River Canyon. Tram to Gilman visible at midground.
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With Battle Mountain in the background, the shaft house of the main entrance to the Gilman mine on Highway 24 is at midground. The waste dump from the mine is below the shaft house with the Rock Creek settlement to the left of the dump. [picture cut from magazine]
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Betty Jo Knight (Schmidt) seated on a rock with a backpack in front of her. Given her boots and pants, she may have had a horse in the vicinity. Caption: "Betty Jo on some jaunt into the hills at Gilman."
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The distinctive roofline of the Assay Office at Gilman (midfield) pinpoints the identification of this photo. Mining timbers are stacked at right. Other buildings are at left. Stamp on verso: "Quality BB Print Guaranteed Not to Fade May 23, 1928"
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Caption by O.W. Randall: "The CCC camp on my ranch. You can see Gilman in the distance. Two companies of CCC boys were on the Holy Cross Project parts of three years." numbered on front; 281261; stamp on verso: 4400 The ranch was located between Cross Creek and Fall Creek on the south side of the Eagle River, southeast of Minturn. The CCC camp was called Camp Tigiwon. Earl Beck was hired by the Forest Service as a foreman for the Civilian Conservation...
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An unidentified man standing at the back door of the bachelors' quarters in Gilman. Behind him [follow the arrow] is the Gilman Hospital. Both Alan Knight and Patricia Knight Hoffman were born in that hospital. Front: "Hospital where Trish and Alan were born, Gilman looking north" Verso: "Back door of bachelor house in Gilman"
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35) Gilman
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The town of Gilman looking south toward Belden. Belden would be in the Eagle Canyon, which is below the last buildings in the center of the photo. [related to negative 2012.006.062]